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European Policy Seminar
« -: 09.01.2009, 14:02:24 »

http://www.aca-secretariat.be/08events/Seminars

What's New in Brussels 2009:

Recent Developments in European Policies and Programmes

Club de la Fondation Universitaire / Universitaire Stichting
Brussels, 30 January 2009

20th in the series “The European Policy Seminars”
of the Academic Cooperation Association

The Theme
The Programme
Registrations
Speakers' Bios
Practical information

The Theme

Europe plays an increasingly important role for our continent’s higher education institutions. The European Commission’s policies have an impact on institutional missions and positioning, and their programmes provide an important source of funding. It is therefore essential for universities and colleges in Europe to learn, as early as possible, about new trends on the European agenda. To do just this, i.e. to familiarise higher education institutions with the latest developments in European policy and programmes in education, training and research, is the purpose of ACA’s European Policy Seminars. Since the launch of this series in 2004, the first European Policy Seminar each year provides an overview of recent developments in European higher education policy and programmes. 2009 is no exception to this rule.

 “What’s new in Brussels 2009” will present the latest information on, and analysis of, the Erasmus Mundus II Programme (which should be up and running at the time of the seminar), other EU higher education schemes with non-European countries, as well as the plans for the Bologna Process after 2010 and the European Commission’s ambitions for global cooperation in science and technology. Other issues on the agenda are the French EU Presidency’s plans for a new approach to global higher education rankings, and a case study of global outreach in the form of the Erasmus Mundus Alumni Association.

The Programme

Thursday 29th of January 2009

19:30       Seminar dinner @ Il Pasticcio

Friday 30th of January 2009

9.00 Registrations and coffee

 
 
9.30 Welcome and introduction
 Bernd Wächter, Director, ACA

 
 
9.45 Erasmus Mundus II:  the future of a success story   
  Vito Borrelli, European Commission, DG Education and Culture
 
 
 
10.30
 European Union programmes with ‘third’ (non-European) countries 
 
 Angelika Sachsenröder, DAAD, Bonn 

 
 
11.15
 Coffee
 
 
11.45
 The European Commission’s plans for global cooperation in science and technology
 
 
 Sigi Gruber, European Commission, DG Research 
 
 
 
 
12.30
 Lunch
 
 
13.45
 International higher education rankings: a new French initiative
 
  Claude Sauvageot, Ministry of National Education, Higher Education and Research, Paris (tbc)

 
 
14.30
 Bologna 2020: the future of the European Higher Education Area 

 Peter van der Hijden, European Commission, DG Education and Culture

 
15.15
 Reaching out beyond Europe: the Erasmus Mundus Student and Alumni Association (EMA)
 Hanneke Luth, President, EMA 

 
 
16.00 Wrap-up and goodbye
 

Registrations

The event is now fully booked and due to the high number of solicitations we have also been forced to close the registrations for the waiting list. We are counting on your understanding and looking forward to seeing you at our future events.

* The member's fee applies to staff and personnel of ACA member organisations only (see list on ACA website)

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